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New Facebook AI to open closed eyes!

New Facebook AI to open closed eyes!

Blinking has been a big adversary to a good photo since forever. Facebook researchers are now working on an AI that will manipulate photos so that closed eyes in a photo can be replaced by opened eyes... Read more

DeepMind for 3-D, from 2-D Images to Perceiving the Real World

DeepMind for 3-D, from 2-D Images to Perceiving the Real World

The Alphabet’s DeepMind project can now scan two-dimensional images to create a three-dimensional layout, says the company. But, as of now, it is too hard for the algorithms and the hardware to ... Read more

Volvo's Self Driving Cars Can Now See Surroundings in 3-D with Luminar

Volvo's Self Driving Cars Can Now See Surroundings in 3-D with Luminar

Sweden’s Volvo Cars are set to implement the Luminar’s latest laser lidar sensors – technology used by self-driving cars to see their surroundings in 3-D. The 23-year-old founder of ... Read more

DiDi Chuxing enters Australia on a global offensive

DiDi Chuxing enters Australia on a global offensive

DiDi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-sharing, and IT service conglomerate is ready to push for the international markets by starting its service in Australia. The company is offering its service in Melbourn... Read more

AI Can Even Help Hire: Matching Companies to the Best Freelancers

AI Can Even Help Hire: Matching Companies to the Best Freelancers

Tech giants like Cisco and other companies are hiring freelances using a new technology – Tara AI, an AI matching tool that connects artificial intelligence or projects with freelancers who have... Read more

Hailo raises $12.5 Million in series A funding

Hailo raises $12.5 Million in series A funding

A Tel-Aviv based deep learning startup Hailo has raised $12.5 million in its series A round of funding. The company’s investors include The Drive accelerator fund: Next Drive, Maniv Mobility, ou... Read more

AI to the Rescue of Wildlife

AI to the Rescue of Wildlife

Researchers have developed AI that can identify, count and describe wild animals that are printed in photographs captured by motion sensor cameras. The technology that scans these photographs for this... Read more